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Ecclesiastes 3:8
A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace.
Reflections On The Scripture: In the tapestry of life, there are seasons of comfort and of hardship, love and disdain, peace and turbulence. Ecclesiastes 3:8 reminds us of our journey through these seasons. It does not promote hate or war, but acknowledges them as realities of our imperfect world. Yet on the other side of these challenging seasons remain the promise of love and peace. Love, the greatest commandment given to us, is the force with which we can diffuse hate. Peace, a precious gift from above, is our refuge in times of war and conflict. The key is to understand that each season has its purpose. The love we feel can be much deeper because we've known hate. The peace we cherish is all the more valued having been through war. Our God-given wisdom allows us to navigate these seasons, always striving towards love and peace.

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